We Want Your Help!

We Want Your Help!

We hope you’ve had a chance to cycle around Saskatoon as we celebrate BYXE Week and Bike to Work Day. We’ve had a lot of fun working with the City of Saskatoon to make the week a good time and to remind people of all the reasons to love riding a bike: freedom, exercise, fuel…

BYXE Week 2022 kicks off this Saturday

BYXE Week 2022 kicks off this Saturday

IceBreaker Slow Roll – this Saturday, May 14 at 2pm On May 14th 2022, please join us in The ICEBREAKER Slow Roll. Unlike most of the slow rolls this summer, this first one will have muffins! However, we need you to tell us you are coming so we know how many muffins to have on…

Wayfinding on Wheels

Wayfinding on Wheels

By Jason Hanson, Saskatoon Cycles Operations Manager We live in a complicated world. 7.9 billion of us stress-test the social and environmental limitations of the planet every day, bumping into one another as we scurry from one task to the next. We are expected to manage our own individual perspectives, interests, and needs at exactly…

Saskatoon Cycles March 2022 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles March 2022 Newsletter

Pedal Poll 2022: Get Ready! Vélo Canada Bikes is currently organizing the Pedal Poll for 2022 to take place during the week of June 6-12th. This promises to be an expanded version of 2021’s first-ever national bike count, and Saskatoon Cycles intends to participate again. Please watch for requests for volunteer counters! Some background: in…

BYXE Winter 2022

BYXE Winter 2022

Exciting times! This winter, “Bike to Work Day” will be the physically-distanced “BYXE Week”, where you’re encouraged to get out and explore a snowy Saskatoon by bike, anywhere, anytime, and all week! Commit to riding your bike any time during BYXE Week, February 14 to 21. Register for a chance to win prizes! Register below…

Saskatoon Cycles January 2022 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles January 2022 Newsletter

Ice Cycle 2022 Join us! Whether you’re a seasoned winter cyclist, or cold weather hesitant, this ride’s for you. Click here for details. Thinking about transportation with a “C.A.R.” framework By James Arnold, board member, Saskatoon Cycles James Arnold offers a new way to look at the way you navigate your city, and shows you…

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